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Species names are presented along with the total number of specimens associated with each taxon, each species vector status and the collection site description used to inform species bionomics profiles.
"Bionomic 2.0 is not simply a new mineral oil-free inks series but with a unique technique we also have managed to decrease drastically the amount of VOCs in the ink.
The life-history and bionomics of Chrysomyia megacephala (Fab.) Ceylon Journal of Science 25: 169-185.
In order to achieve a higher percentage removal of these pollutants along with lead and arsenic, Southern Peru Copper elected to further improve capture efficiency through use of a Bionomie Series 7000 venturi/ cyclonic separator followed by Bionomic's HEI wet electrostatic precipitator.
The criteria of biological and bionomic equilibrium of system are established.
Bionomics and morphological and molecular characterization of Elasmus schmitti and Baryscapus elasmi (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea, Eulophidae), parasitoids associated with a paper wasp, Polistes dominulus (Vespoidea, Vespidae).
Karan, "On bionomic model of integrated pest management of a single pest population," Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems, vol.12, no.3-4, pp.
SS is scatter search, the bionomic algorithm is marked as BA1 [2], and IACA is improved ant colony algorithm [8]; heuristic is an effective heuristic algorithm in [1], FCFS is first-come-first-served, and the result is reference [2].
Goeldichironomus neopictus, a new species from the southeast of Brazil: Description and bionomic information (Insecta, Diptera, Chironomidae).
Niche variables can be classified into two general categories: resource variables (bionomic variables) and condition variables (or scenopoetic variables).
catalyst provider New Zealand-based biofuel developer Aquaflow Bionomic has signed a deal with U.S.-based CRI Catalyst, which supplies catalysts and process technology for the renewable-energy industry.
Severin (1910) dismissed the resemblance as having "no bionomic importance", but others have disagreed.